U.S. Marine Corps Proves What’s Possible by 3D Printing in Flight

Imagine being on the battlefield and breaking a bone. Traditionally, you would have to wait for a helicopter to perform a medical evacuation, wait to be seen by a doctor, and wait for them to make you a cast. This…

U.S. Marines Make History by 3D Printing in the Air

The U.S. military views 3D printing and other forms of advanced manufacturing as a way to reimagine traditional manufacturing approaches that have historically been incredibly slow and costly. It also sees these revolutionary approaches to manufacturing as a way to…

Additive manufacturing – redefining what’s possible for the government

The U.S. military and government agencies are constantly looking for public sector best practices and exciting new technologies that they can implement to help increase efficiency, improve operations, and cut costs for the taxpayer. And few technologies are more capable…

Writing a New Story for Impoverished Communities with 3D Printed Homes

Over 900 million people around the globe live in sub-adequate housing that lacks necessary sanitation and water. By 2025, that number is expected to grow to 1.6 billion – a fifth of the world’s total population. What can be done…